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Blenderized tube feedings: practice recommendations from the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.

Epp L, Blackmer A, Church A, et al. Nutr Clin Pract. 2023; 38: 1190-1219

28 de marzo de 2024

Prior to the 1970s, blending food and liquids and putting them through an enteral access device (EAD) was the most common form of enteral nutrition (EN). However, in the 1970s, blenderized tube feedings (BTFs) became less popular due to the emergence of modern commercial enteral formulas (CEFs). Recently, a cultural shift toward consuming a natural diet, consisting of whole foods, has led to a resurgence in the use of BTF.

Guidelines for parenteral nutrition in preterm infants: the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.

Robinson DT, Calkins KL, Chen Y, et al. J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 2023; 47: 830-858

28 de marzo de 2024

Parenteral nutrition (PN) is prescribed for preterm infants until nutrition needs are met via the enteral route, but unanswered questions remain regarding PN best practices in this population.

ESPEN practical guideline on clinical nutrition in acute and chronic pancreatitis.

Arvanitakis, Marianna et al. Clinical Nutrition 2024, Volume 43, Issue 2, 395 – 412

28 de marzo de 2024

We aimed to investigate the effects of postoperative parenteral n–3 polyunsaturated fatty acids supplementation in Crohn’s disease.

Parenteral n–3 polyunsaturated fatty acids supplementation improves postoperative recovery for patients with Crohn’s disease after bowel resection: a randomized, unblinded controlled clinical trial

Ge, Xiaolong et al. ​The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 0, Issue 0

28 de marzo de 2024

Los omega 3 preveniente de ácidos de pescado en la NP disminuyen estancia media , complicaciones y citoquinas inflamatorias ne paciente con enfermedad de Crohn sometidos a resección intestinal

Administration of Free Amino Acids Improves Exogenous Amino Acid Availability when Compared with Intact Protein in Critically Ill Patients: A Randomized Controlled Study.

van Gassel, Rob JJ et al. The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 154, Issue 2, 554 – 564.

28 de marzo de 2024

Protein digestion and amino acid absorption appear compromised in critical illness. The provision of enteral feeds with free amino acids rather than intact protein may improve postprandial amino acid availability.

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